Nepal Travel Info

  • Best Trekking Season

    Choice of the season for your trip plays an essential part in choosing how imperative and astonishing your trek might be. A couple of individuals crush their voyage as a…

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  • Capital

    Kathmandu, an archival city rich in cultural heritage sites is known to be the capital city of Nepal. According to population census 2011 AD, the Kathmandu city alone accommodates 1,740,977…

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  • Checklist equipment

    Make sure to keep your gear as light as feasible for a convenient travel. A porter can be made accessible for two individuals who will pass on up to 25…

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  • Climate

    The climate of Nepal is affected by naval and mainland factors and has four particular seasons; spring, summer, autumn, and winter. March to May is the season of spring with…

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  • Culture and Religion

    Though Nepal was declared a secular state in April 2006, Nepal still has the highest number of Hindu i.e. 81.3% alongside Buddhist 9.0%, Muslim 4.4%, Kiratist 3.0%, Christian 1.4%, Sikhs…

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  • Currency

    A Nepali rupee is the currency of Nepal. It comes in a denomination of NRs. 1, NRs. 2, NRs. 5, NRs. 10, NRs. 20, NRs. 50, NRs. 100, NRs. 500…

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  • Flight cancelation

    The flights in Nepal are likely to get delayed or canceled due to its diverse geography and climatic variation. As the Tribhuvan International Airport in Nepal doesn't have the innovation…

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  • Geography

    Bordered by India in the south and China in the north, Nepal is a land-locked country with the total area of 1, 47,181 square kilometers. Nepal only covers 0.1% of…

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  • High altitude

    While voyaging, it is always best to be prepared for any threats or sudden conditions that may happen. Indeed, even elevation affliction resulting is reliably a credibility that may happen.…

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  • Is Nepal safe to travel?

    Nepal being unstable in its political system and poor journalism, this question might be popping up in your mind. Well, the short answer is yes. Nepal is one of the…

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  • Language

    Nepali (44.6%) is the official spoken language as well as the mother tongue of Nepal although Nepal has more than 70 spoken languages. Besides that, Newari (3.2%), Bhojpuri (6%), Maithili…

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  • Travel insurance in Nepal

    In order to do any adventure trips in Nepal, it is compulsory to have travel insurance of at least USD 100,000 which should cover both the medical and crisis expulsion…

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  • Trekking Field Staff

    Numerous agencies have been established to operate trips to the various part of the country. Thus we recommend you to choose your trekking staff wisely for the fullest enjoyment of…

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  • Visa and entry procedure

    All visitors except the Indian nationals must hold passport and valid visa to enter into Nepal. Visa can be obtained at the Nepalese embassies or consulates abroad. Visa is also…

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